The USA–Turkey diplomatic conflict: what the consequences might be
17/10/2017

The USA–Turkey diplomatic conflict: what the consequences might be

New developments in the world inevitably have an effect on the popularity of investment programs. Thus, in the wake of recent events, experts have predicted a rise in emigration out of Turkey. Why emigration out of Turkey has risen In early October 2017, a diplomatic squabble broke out between Turkey and the United States of […]

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5 reasons to become a Malta resident by late 2017
31/07/2017

5 reasons to become a Malta resident by late 2017

Malta is an EU member and a country that offers its tax residents a number of significant advantages, so gaining residency in Malta is a very popular thing to do. Let’s take a look at why people often chose Malta above other EU countries, what opportunities for residency there are, and why it makes sense […]

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Changes to the Malta Residence & Visa Programme in July 2017
31/07/2017

Changes to the Malta Residence & Visa Programme in July 2017

To better serve investors taking part in the Malta Residence & Visa Programme (MRVP) and to examine applicants’ backgrounds more professionally, the Maltese government has made the decision to create a special state agency. This new authority is called the Malta Residence & Visa Agency (MRVA). This decision was published in the Government Gazette of […]

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Daimler to invest $1.1bn in it’s second Hungarian plant
29/07/2016

Daimler to invest $1.1bn in it’s second Hungarian plant

Daimler AG said it would build a new factory in Hungary to make Mercedes-Benz cars, giving a major boost to the local economy and raising the competitive pressure on the luxury automaker’s established plants in Germany. Daimler will spend €1 billion ($1.12 billion) by 2020 to expand its site at Kecskemet, central Hungary, where it […]

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Budapest is a promising market for property investors
26/07/2016

Budapest is a promising market for property investors

 Despite the plunge in London house prices since the Brexit referendum and the 15 per cent devaluation of the pound sterling, the UK capital remains a very expensive place to buy a home. But there are other options in Europe that still have potential for capital appreciation as well as being a pleasant places to […]

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